I have been very dissatisfied with the headphone cable. My headphone cords are always in a mess, and I have to spend a lot of time untangling them. What's worse, a headphone cable tends to be drag by everything, for example, the button of the shirt, the bag, etc.
Fortunately, the true wireless headset completely solves my troubles. My friend recommended me to buy this real wireless headset. Up till now, I have been using it for one month and quite satisfied with it. Let's take a look at this i10 TWS wireless headset.
The package of i10 TWS wireless headphones is a square box with a picture of the headphones and the model "i10" on the front.
Open the box, and you will see the charging/storage case, a Chinese instruction manual, a white USB cable, and a white charging box.
At the front of the charging case is the LED power indicator. When the LED is green, it indicates 100% charged. It only takes about 1 hour to charge the Bluetooth headset.
When you open the charging case, you will see a pair of earphones placed vertically in the holes of the charging case, with a metal tip at the end of the headphone. Similarly, there are two metal contacts in the holes of the charging box.
To know more about the performance of the Bluetooth headset, I carried out a series of tests.
The first one is a test on Bluetooth connection. After turning on the Bluetooth, I found that this headset automatically paired with my phone, which is extremely convenient. Since this is a Bluetooth 5.0 headset, I specially tested its Bluetooth transmission.
I put the phone in the living room and went to the downstairs with headphones (I live on the 7th floor), and the Bluetooth still connected well when I was on the 6th floor. Perhaps the long transmission distance is owed to the advanced Bluetooth 5.0 technology.
The second test is on comfort. After I put on the Bluetooth headset, it tilts 45 degrees. The angle not only improves the wearing comfort but also effectively reduces the distance between the earphone and the eardrum, which helps to block the noise.
This noise reduction effect is noticeable. I put on two earbuds before I started running, but I found it hard to hear the sound around me. It was not good for safety, so I only wore one earphone.
I want to remind runners that if you run on the road, don't just focus on music, be sure to pay attention to vehicles and passers-by, especially at night.
Third, it is time to test the sound quality of this Bluetooth headset. I compared soft music and rock music. Overall, the sound is impressive. In general, the bass is excellent, but the high frequency is not perfect.
Audiophiles may not be satisfied with this, but for ordinary consumers like me, the sound quality is more than satisfying. I often use headphones to listen to music, especially when I run. As long as there is beautiful music coming from my headphones, I will be distracted instead of focused on the discomfort of running.
When a call comes in, I touch the headset to answer it and then adjust the volume by sliding. I no longer need to take off the headset, press it, and put it back to answer the phone call. The touch control greatly reflects the developer's pursuit of simplification.
As for battery life, I am satisfied with it. I charge my headphones every four days. When the music stops, the headphones will automatically turn off in several minutes to save power.
The charging case can charge the headphones five times, so I am not worried about the battery life at all. By the way, the charging case is very compact, for easy storage in the backpack.
On the market, there are a multitude of wireless Bluetooth headsets, and if you are not careful, you might make the wrong decision.
To pursue the best audio experience, you should choose i10 TWS wireless Bluetooth headset whose sound quality is comparable to wired headsets.
More amazingly, It only sells at $50. This price is very competitive for headphones with the same function, so I recommend it.